It’s Monday, so I’m back on the blog bringing you the third installment of inspirational layouts using kits from the Outdoor Fun Special you can find on the SnickerdoodleDesigns Facebook page. Make sure to check it out if you haven’t already since you can get four great kits for a really low price. Today I’d like to show you some layouts using Nature Hike, one of my favorite SnickerdoodleDesigns Kits.
I’ll begin with this beauty by seniorgal. I really like the way she added her photo and framed it to look like a painting. She placed the word art by Angel Jet on the path which is the perfect spot, leading toward the back of the page. Her cluster is gorgeous and I like the way she added it on top of the photo. She included the boots, one of my favorite kit elements. The scattering of insects completes the page just right.
This layout by franlk has a mysterious air to it, possibly because of the ship she masked and blended with the background. I like the way she added the cluster following the lines of the boat’s mast. The title letters are staggered adding a whimsical look to the page. The word art she chose works perfectly with the theme of her page.
This page by JeannieK is simply stunning. The large photo is outstanding and by adding just a few elements she kept the focus there. The bits she did add work so well with the photo it’s difficult to tell if they are part of the photo or if she added them from the kit. I like the font she chose for the title. It’s elegant in keeping with the rest of the layout.
I love the horizontal design in this layout by Glori. I like the blended background paper she created using the papers in the kit. The cluster is so pretty and delicate in keeping with the sweet photo. The dark area serves as a shelf for her gorgeous cluster.
Speaking of sweet photos, I just love this page by Norma. The diagonal flow leads the eye across the entire page. Her clusters are large and perfectly shadowed. I like the way she tucked the paper bit behind her framed photo.
A lovely family photo is featured in Rochelle’s layout. I like the way she placed the journal card at an angle on top of the open book. Her vertical cluster is so charming and I like how the title work is placed perpendicular to the cluster.
Thanks again for reading along. I hope you have added this bundle to your collection and are making progress on your summer scrapping. I’ll see you next week when I feature the last kit in the bundle.